New Publication: Impacts on water resources in a low-to-no snow future

In this review paper “A low-to-no snow future and its impacts on water resources in the western United States” in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, author analysis of scientific studies on snow loss use a new low- to-no snow definition that suggests that in approximately 35-60 years, low-to-no-snow winters will become persistent in the western U.S. if greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated.

Siirila-Woodburn, E.R., Rhoades, A.M., Hatchett, B.J., Huning, L.S., Szinai, J., Tague, C., Nico, P.S., Feldman, D.R., Jones, A.D., Collins, W.D., Kaatz, L. (2021) A low-to-no snow future and its impacts on water resources in the western United States, Nat Rev. Earth Environ., doi.org/10.1038/s43017-021-00219-y

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